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Poem: Ran To The End

Jimin K., Staff Writer

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She needed a friend, but she ran to the end.

The forest brushed past her.

It seemed like a blur.

She was running her whole life

From the monster who caused her strife.

The monster who chased her through the fields

Broke things, such as her shields.

She saw the monster from standing at the edge.

Her heart was racing; she was pacing; to stop it, she walked off the ledge.

She needed a friend, but she ran to the end.

About the Writer
Jimin K., Staff Writer

Jimin K. is a staff writer for The Talon. She is an eighth grader who enjoys watching movies and reading books.

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